Google has revealed that the theme for the 2023 Doodle for Google Contest will be “I am grateful for…” The annual contest challenges K-12 school students to design their own variation of the iconic company logo in a way that reflects what they are grateful for in their personal lives.
They are also asked to describe how they created the doodle as well as share what they most value.
Google stated in Describe the theme of this year’s contest. “What are the most important moments, people and places to you? What or who could you not imagine living without? What are the things that get you through each day?
According to mental health experts, focusing on the positive aspects of our lives can improve mental health. This is especially important for young people as it builds positive social and emotional skills, while laying the foundation for helping them face challenges as they grow.
Google Quiz focuses on children’s well-being. A contest that asked students to describe their “care for themselves with …”,” was held in 2002. One Florida high school student won the contest.. The 2021 competition urged students to describe “I am strong because…”
Google will feature the winning entry in a contest for one day. Google DoodlesThis is what the company uses to update the primary company logo which usually occupies the search engine page. This doodle is a top-ranking spot for artists, as it will attract hundreds of million of views because of its prime position.
Along with the show, the winner of the contest will be awarded a $30,000 college award and a $50,000 technology grant for their school. The contest is open now to K-12 students living in the United States and Guam, Puerto Rico, or the US Virgin Islands.
Students who are interested can apply for the contest Submit their artwork and brief articles here.
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